JIRA Automation Part 4: Sending Test Results to JIRA

Houston, we are go for launch! Just a few small steps for us, but one huge step for the testing world – how to prepare test results for JIRA and then send them. The Conversion If you’ve read the previous part of the article, you’ve probably noticed that you’re stuck at this point. Yes, you […]

JIRA Automation Part 3: Getting Cypress Test Results

The sweet smell of Cypress: how we brought a great suspense thriller to a happy resolution and received the reports we needed. The Cypress magic This is the part where we start explaining why Cypress is the best automated testing tool ever used. Of course, we’re just kidding, because perfection is unattainable. However, Cypress may […]

JIRA Automation Part 2: Creating tasks

And on the first day, the tester created tasks: a great way to setup your tasks and bootstrap data (if needed) for JIRA Automation. Where do I start from If you’re looking for an answer to this question, you came to the right place! In this part of the article, we will show you how […]

JIRA Automation Part 1: Introduction

How to stop worrying and love automating JIRA: all the reasons, ingredients and steps you need. Why, for goodness’ sake Okay, so you find yourself in your comfort zone and you don’t want things to change, right? It seems quite easy: you execute your automated tests, verify results and report them manually to JIRA. Your […]

Why Every Software Tester Should Do API Testing – Part Two

In the first part of the article, we were dealing with the basic terminology and logic of API testing. We’ve gone through the basics of API testing, HTTP requests and responses, status codes, JSON objects, etc. Now it’s time to put the theory to practical use. In the second part of the article, we will […]

Why Every Software Tester Should Do API Testing – Part One

Imagine, for a moment, that a stranger approached you and said: “I have a solution for all your problems and you will never have to worry again in your life!” I am quite sure your answer would’ve been a definite “Yes!!!” and your story would’ve had a generic happy ending. Well, I can’t promise to […]